Collaboration, Staff Portals and the Intranet
Collaborative software is designed to help people involved in a common task achieve their goals quickly and easily without document duplication. A collaborative working environment helps facilitate the 'action-oriented' team working together over geographic distances by providing tools that help communication, collaboration and the process of problem solving by providing the team with a common means for communicating ideas and brainstorming.
Staff portals also help with collaboration as they bring together key content and access to online data services that will save staff time in hunting out all the disparate web and intranet locations where such services were previously accessed.
There are numerous ways of bringing together information and employees. But which are the most effective, quick to implement and successful? Does a SharePoint deployment offer the best RoI or are there quicker wins with other less proprietary tools?
Who should attend
- Requirements - user and business requirements
- Tools and technologies
- Development, implementation and maintenance of portals
- Challenges with user uptake and marketing the benefits
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